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LIBERAL ADVANwe9 uri BnirHtllTSi r""T" I sl llf" nriA HAVE YOUR DANKER INVESTIGATE OUR STANDING. WRITE FOR OUR WEEKLY REPORTS. W i LVUIQ) IWlVe Please mention Th Advocate. COMESPONDENCE. Cabltle, Kana, May 18, 1891. Editor Advocate: Brother S. M. Scott assistant state lecturer of the F. A. & I. U., addressed the people of this vicinity at the Deer Creek school house, May 15. The house was crowded with attentive listeners who were entirely carried away by his address. Brother Bcott has done a good work here in one speech and will prove a benefit to the order. Such men as Brother Scott are always welcome here; hope we may be able to secure his service again. Yours respectfully, H. I. Brown. President Deer Creek Sub-Alliance. Woodbine, Kans., May 19, 1891. Editor Advocate: Allow me to say through your valuable paper that Wood bine Alliance No. 2544, is'still improving and gaining in membership. Since As sistant State Lecturer S. M. Scott was here a few weeks ago we have received several applications for membership. We need a few more men like Brother Scott in the field to lecture and educate the people In the principles of good govern ment and politics. We need more politics and less partisanlsm. In this section of the country we are gaining as members men who are conservative in their views men who are slow to act and move but who move with Influence and momentum when they do move. A Member of No. 2544. Editor Advocate: The Falrvlew Alliance picnic in Lincoln township, Ed wards county, Kans., was well represented on the ICth Inst, by farmers, mechanics and "wise men from the east" The open square was crowded with teams and both the old and new school houses were insufficient in capacity to seat the large number rallying from hillside and plain. Declamations, music, singing and speak lng whiled away the happy hours. The baas singing proved interesting, and be witohlngly sweet were the soprano voices, charming every one present. Ministers of the gospel and other prominent speak ers proved by sacred history that the various prophecies and revelations will soon be fulfilled. As the children of Isral were delivered from bondage and oppression by the Almighty, In like manner will the sons of toil be delivered. No earthly power can set aside the di vine decree. The money question was discussed upon, showing that the great money power has so contracted the cur rency by controlling legislation In the Senate and lower House. The florists and gardeners of the people have become unfaithful to their trust by planting the sweet little rose bush of humanity in the dismal swamp where its withered foliage and unblossomed buds have at last caused the scales to fall from the eyes of the people. The great red dragon, (the money power,) shall be chained for a thousand years and the People's party, will then transplant the rose-bush of hu manity in warm, deep, rich soil, where "hayseed" will cultivate it, its sun-kissed buds will blossom Into thousands of lovely full blown red roses, whose branches will extend north, south, east wjj west, whose fragrance shall fill the whole world. On the night of the 16th, the Union school house was crowded with an Alli ance gathering. On Saturday next there will be a grand Alliance peoples, party picnic In Pratt county. It looks like the Alliance would "surely live and not die." The old parties openly ridiculed the Ig norance of the People's party, while to themselves they whisper the secret, they know too much. If all liars shall have their reward in the lake of lire and brim stone, heaven help the Topeka Capital, (if not past redemption.) May the Lord bless The Advocate, and Annie L. Dlggs she will dig 'em out We want no repudiation. 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